We got 6 chicks (supposedly all pullets) a while back......end of May, I think. We have 1 Roo for sure. Now, I am thinking we might have another Roo, too. One BA and one RIR. I was okay with the one rooster. I am not sure having 2 out of 6 is a good idea. My kids are attached, since we let them each pick one to name. Our coop has 32 sq ft of floor space with 6 nest boxes and around 6-8 ft of roosting bar. They have all day access to an enclosed yard of 24' x 6', but are closed up at night for now until we build a pop door. We are planning on fencing in a lot more in a couple of months, but we weren't planning on adding any more coop space until spring or summer next year. What should we do? Buy more chicks this time of year? Add some adult hens, to make sure they are actually hens this time? Do we have adequate space in the coop to add to our flock? Or is it best to get rid of the beloved "Popcorn"? I really hope I am wrong, but "her" tail looks so much different from the other girls. It has more dark feathers that are help upright with some droopy curl towards the end of the feathers. The other girls are straight feathers that stick straight back most of the time and have very little dark coloring.